First Monday, Volume 10, 2005
Volume 10, Number 1, January 2005
: Artists' earnings and copyright: A review of British and German music industry data in the context of digital technologies.
: Sensible design principles for new networks and services.
Volume 10, Number 2, February 2005
: The media's portrayal of hacking, hackers, and hacktivism before and after September 11.
: A framework for Internet archeology: Discovering use patterns in digital library and Web-based information resources.
: Reflecting on the digit(al)isation of music.
Volume 10, Number 3, March 2005
: New approaches to television archiving.
: Free software and open source: The freedom debate and its consequences.
Ulises A. Mejias
: Re-approaching Nearness: Online communication and its place in Praxis.
: Al Qaeda and its affiliates: A global tribe waging segmental warfare?
Volume 10, Number 4, April 2005
: Piercing the peer-to-peer myths: An examination of the Canadian experience.
: Teaching as performance in the electronic classroom.
Volume 10, Number 5, May 2005
: WSIS: Whose vision of an information society?
: Multimedia that matters: Gallery-based technology and the museum visitor.
Volume 10, Number 6, June 2005
, Leslie Wykoff
: Engaging the public with digital primary sources: A tri-state online history database and learning center.
Volume 10, Number 7, July 2005
: Communicative practice and transgressive global politics: The D'ua of Sheikh Muhammed Al Mohaisany.
: Towards professional participatory storytelling in journalism and advertising.
: E-deliberation and local governance: The role of computer mediated communication in local democratic participation in the United Kingdom.
: Ethnic media and politics: The case of the use of the Internet by Uyghur diaspora.
Paul F. Marty
, Michael B. Twidale
: Usability at 90mph: Presenting and evaluating a new, high-speed method for demonstrating user testing in front of an audience.
Volume 10, Number SI-1:
Music and the Internet, July 2005
: Introduction: Collecting the fragments of transformation.
Volume 10, Number 8, August 2005
: A proposal for an open content licence for research paper (Pr)ePrints.
: Diffusion pattern of Linux: An assessment on major technology dimensions.
Joshua M. Pearce
: Using the Internet to reduce market risk for alternative energy sources: The case of large-scale solar photovoltaic production.
: The unacknowledged convergence of open source, open access, and open science.
: Sooner or later we will melt together: Framing the digital in the everyday.
Elizabeth H. Smith
: From genesis to revelation of an online resource: The North Carolina History and Fiction Digital Library.
Volume 10, Number 9, September 2005
: The economy of phishing: A survey of the operations of the phishing market.
: Habermas' heritage: The future of the public sphere in the network society.
Volume 10, Number 10, October 2005
: Descriptive metadata for copyright status.
: "Information society" development in Thailand: Information workforce and information and communication technology perspectives.
: Deconstructing Google bombs: A breach of symbolic power or just a goofy prank?
Volume 10, Number 11, November 2005
Volume 10, Number SI-2:
Open Source, October 2005
: There's no such thing as free software (And it?s a good thing, too).
: The emerging economic paradigm of Open Source.
Interview with Linus Torvalds: What motivates free software developers? First Monday 3(3)
: Evolution of the Linux Credits file: Methodological challenges and reference data for Open Source research. First Monday 9(6)
Volume 10, Number 12, December 2005
Dirk H. R. Spennemann
: Just how international is my Web site? Estimating reach through analysis of hourly demand.
: From Eleanor Rigby to Nannanet: The greying of the World Wide Web.
: Agenda-setting, opinion leadership, and the world of Web logs.
Volume 10, Number SI-3:
Internet banking, e-money, and Internet gift economies, December 2005
Mark A. Fox
: Internet banking, e-money and the Internet gift economy.